Maintaining security posture when your workforce is at home
Though much or all of your workforce may have shifted to work from home, security threats remain consistent, and should continue to be a top concern.A remote workforce introduces specific risks into an organization that must be clearly identified. Click To Tweet
A formal risk analysis may include plans for IT and help desk support, including connectivity issues and installing firewall and other protections. Of course, when employees are spread across multiple sites and working off their home internet speeds, this is even more complicated.
Thankfully, you don’t have to navigate the cybersecurity landscape alone. Cask has the expertise and results-driven skills to help you manage today’s risks and minimize future threats. Many risk management approaches are costly to the company and can be increasingly complicated to implement, while they focus on perceived threats and not on the actual events that are most likely to impact your business.
As you look to minimize vulnerabilities in your IT environment, we’ll help you select endpoint protection, multi-factor authentication and backup solutions tailored to your needs.
And, we’ll guide you through the process of implementing policies and strategies that deliver the safeguards you need right now, as well as the flexibility to stay ahead of future risks.
Our solution enables a comprehensive view of what your business threat surface is and shows where your organization needs to put its security efforts. Cask can help you learn how to maintain security across an untrusted network, and recognize the main threats to organizations when workers are working remotely. By utilizing our consulting services and approach, companies will save time and effort and be able to focus on real risk.
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Over the past 29 years, Mike has developed a reputation for designing and deploying some of the largest and most complex IT environments in the word. Known for his broad IT experience, Mike has great skill and experience in Information Security and Enterprise Architecture (EA). He has a long track history of developing large scale security programs coupled with TOGAF/DoDAF based EA road-maps that directly relate to both Government and Private sector regulatory requirements such as GDPR, CCPA, HIPAA, SOX, DFARS, CUI-171 & others.